Swansea Ramblers Walk
Dunvant and Three Crosses
28th December 2013
Leader: Rob Johnston
Rob Johnston led a post-Christmas Gower walk through muddy and waterlogged countryside. The walk was still very enjoyable and the sun came out to warm us.
We had terrific views down the Loughor Estuary and up onto the hills above the M4. Everyone really enjoyed the day and many discovered a Gower Walk they had never done before.
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Leader: Rob Johnston
Rob tells us about the mud we can expect to walk through!
mud and surface water
Nearly at Three Crosses
But still very wet!
Spirits are the only thing not dampened
Someone (not us) has pulled up the footpath posts to make a bridge!
It ws a relief to get off the worst of the mud
Tea stop at Three Crosses by the playing field
Going across the edge of the golf course
Loughor Estuary in sight
But descended to the busy road...
Only to climb up again but
worth it for the magnificent views!
Stile was a bit slippery
Firmer ground for a while
Still enjoying it and the sun is shining
Joining the Gower Way
Across at last and on the final stretch to the end!
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan 2013
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